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Geographic Landforms

Island Land completely surrounded by water
Plateau Land with steep sides and a flat top
Mountains Steep rocky Land much higher than the land around it.
Valleys Low area of land that lies between two higher areas of land such as mountains
Peninsula Land that has water on only three sides
Lake Water completely surrounded by land
River A flowing or moving body of water
Ocean The largest body of water on earth
Canyon A low land area with steep sides and cliffs
Coast Where the land meets the ocean
Plains A long flat area of land
Desert Hot, dry land that gets very little rain
Map Legend Explains the meaning of symbols on a map
Map Grid Shows the location of a place on a map
Map Scale Measures distance on a map
Compass Rose Shows direction on a map such as North, South, East and West.
Geographic Region A group of one or more geographic landforms in an area with specific plants, animals and climate
Culture A way of life shared by a group of people
Urban the City
Rural the Country
Suburb A community right outside the City
Created by: sherrell